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|Género/Forma:||Records and correspondence
|Persona designada:||William H Seward; Seward family.; Seward family.; William H Seward|
|Tipo de material:||Biografía|
|Tipo de documento:||Libro/Texto|
|Todos autores / colaboradores:||
William H Seward; Richard Milford Blatchford; Andrew Johnson; Christopher Morgan; John Lathrop Motley; Theodore Parker; George Washington Patterson; Gerrit Smith; John C Spencer; Edwin M Stanton; J Watson Webb; Thurlow Weed; University of Rochester. Library. Department of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Archives.
|Notas:||"From the holdings of the Rush Rhees Library, Department of Rare Books, Manuscripts and Archives, University of Rochester."
|Descripción:||198 microfilm reels ; 35 mm|
Other items are financial and legal papers, accounts, will and estate papers, plat book of Iowa lands and papers about real estate in Chautauqua County. There are also articles about Seward, a letter and memoir of friend David Berdan, diary of a European trip in 1833, speeches, photographs, pamphlets and genealogical data. Family papers include correspondence, writings, business papers, diaries, photographs and memoriabilia of his father Samuel Sweezy Seward; his wife Frances Miller Seward; his children Augustus H. Seward, Frances A. Seward, Frederick W. Seward, Olive R. Seward and William H. Seward, Jr.; and his grandson William H. Seward, III.
Included with Augustus Seward's papers are his records while U.S. Army paymaster, 1860-1871. Included with William H. Seward, Jr.'s papers is material on the 9th NY Artillery, 1862-65.
- Seward, William H. -- (William Henry), -- 1801-1872.
- Seward family.
- New York State Geological Survey.
- Statesmen -- United States -- Correspondence.
- New York (State) -- Politics and government -- 1775-1865 -- Sources.
- United States -- Politics and government -- 1849-1877 -- Sources.
- Seward, William H. -- (William Henry), -- 1801-1872
- Politics and government
- New York (State)
- United States.